I am currently undertaking an M.Litt in Economics with the Department of Economics, Trinity College Dublin, and the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI). I am interested in applied microeconomics, in particular, experimental and behavioural approaches to economic questions. I am working with the  Programme of Research Investigating Consumer Evaluations (PRICE) Lab at the ESRI,  which explores the limits of consumers’ abilities to value complex products and to choose between them.

I studied Economics and Psychology for my undergraduate degree at Trinity College Dublin, graduating in 2007.  I then joined the research division at Morgan Stanley in London, where I focused on fixed-income products in the sovereign bond market.  I have since then completed an MSc in economics at Trinity College Dublin and hope to pursue further postgraduate research in the future. You can view my full CV here.